The 63rd Grammy Awards aired on Sunday, March 14, 2021 with 83 categories that were being announced streaming. After going through several selection processes, here’s some categories that we highlight from The Grammys Awards 2021.
For Record Of The Year, the award goes to Everything I Wanted by Billie Eilish. The next category is Album Of The Year and for this category, the award goes to Folklore by Taylor Swift.
Next we have an award to an artist whose eligibility-year releases achieved a breakthrough (Best New Artist) goes to Megan Thee Stallion.
For Song of The Year, the award goes to I Can’t Breathe by Dernst Emile II, H.E.R. & Tiara Thomas.
In the Pop Category, Harry Styles with his “Watermelon Sugar” also received the award for Best Pop Solo Performance. In the same category, the Best Pop Duo goes to Rain On Me by Lady Gaga featuring Ariana Grande.
For another duo award, 10.000 Hours by Dan+Shay & Justin Bieber is winning the award for Best Country Duo. Another award for R&B Categories are the Best Rap Performance that goes to Savage by Megan Thee Stallion feat Beyonce and Best R&B Album that received by John Legend for his Bigger Love.
We’ve talked about the Grammy Award in Music Categories, let’s move along to the most memorable moments from The 2021 Grammy Awards.
The ceremony was opened by Harry Styles with his new groovy version of “Watermelon Sugar”. He rocked out shirtless in a black leather suit and green feather boa. And with Dev Hynes playing the bass alongside the singer during the performance, the 63rd annual Grammy Awards started on a real high note. Another moment also happened to Megan Thee Stallion, it was a sweet moment seeing Megan Thee Stallion genuinely at a loss for words after she won Best New Artist. The Houston rapper has shot to stardom while dealing with personal tragedy, and her emotional acceptance speech also got us teary eyed. Dua Lipa brought the disco back! The singer and dancer brought the house down with her one-two punch performance of “Levitating” and “Don’t Start Now.” What started as a closeup on Dua in a purple suit singing against a kaleidoscopic background reached another level with not one, not two, but three outfit changes as she demonstrated her dancing skills are just as top tier as her singing and songwriting. Silk Sonic gave the 70’s vibes to the Grammy. Their performance of “Leave the Door Open” from their forthcoming record had as much glossy ’70s style as a Soul Train telecast — complete with large-lapel suits, cheesy background stars, and smooth vocals. Not like the other celebrities, John Legend wore a Versace bathrobe to the The Grammy Awards. Taylor Swift made history at Sunday’s ceremony, by becoming the first female artist ever to win album of the year three times. The last memorable moment was a “moving in memoriam segment”, when Lionel Richie celebrated his late friend, Kenny Rogers, by singing “Lady,” a song they collaborated on. “I miss you, Kenny. I miss you, man,” said Richie.